Cave Tubing and Zipline
Your Cave Tubing and Zipline An adventure-filled combo tour will depart from your San Ignacio accommodations. Our guides will meet you at the meeting point and drive you west in an air-conditioned vehicle to Jaguar Paw. The tour guides will provide you with inflatable tubes, headlamps, and life vests at the outpost, followed by a safety briefing and orientation.
A 30-minute hike is up next, which includes:
• Wading through calming water streams.
• Trekking beneath the thick rainforest canopy on flat terrain; and
• Viewing the exotic flora and fauna that live in the area
Upon entering the cave system, you’ll begin the thrilling exploration of the Maya underworld. Xibalba Cave contains stalagmites and stalagmite formations inside the cave that has an ancient history.
You will experience the same sights, sounds, and smells that the indigenous Maya experienced centuries ago. (Ask your guide about stopping at the mini waterfall and swimming area at the end if you are up for a bit of adventure!)
After leaving the falls, you’ll emerge into the sunlight and free float gently downstream back to where the tour started.
As you zip-line through the treetops at high speeds, you’ll get a bird’s-eye view of Belize’s jungle. Then it’s only a short walk to the gear area, where our guides will provide you with the necessary equipment. A safety briefing will follow at the first platform, covering braking technique, balancing, and cable safety.
As soon as your safety harness is on, it’s READY SET GO! You’ll go peacefully through the skies above the dense flora of western Belize, then meet a local guide at the next platform for the rest of the tour.
Note: It’s best to use comfortable shoes and clothing that will air dry quickly if you don’t want to bring along a change of clothing. If you opt to bring a change of clothes, bathroom facilities